George Stein, The DUI Lawyer

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George Stein represents clients in Atlanta and across the state of Georgia.

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Mr. George Stein is a well known Georgia DUI lawyer with a proven track record in contested DUI and vehicular homicide cases.

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A: There are about 40,000 DUI arrests in Georgia annually. Of course, not all of these arrests are legitimate. The police are often overzealous and this sometimes results in a bad arrest. Since there are many legitimate defenses to this crime, a qualified DUI defense lawyer can often help you get your charges dismissed. If you feel that you were falsely accused by the police or not treated fairly, then you should call my office immediately.
A: If you refuse to take a blood, breath or urine test, then you are facing a one year suspension of your drivers license in Georgia. In order to avoid this nasty one year suspension, you must request a special hearing in writing to the Georgia Department of Public Safety. If you fail to request the hearing within 30 business days of your arrest, your license will automatically be suspended. You should take note that if you do take a blood, breath or urine test and you score a .10 or higher , you must also request a hearing within 30 days of your arrest. Failure to do so will result in a suspended license...Read More
A: Georgia law does not require the police to give a Miranda warning to a DUI suspect during the officer’s initial investigation of the crime. Miranda warnings are only required if the officer interrogates a suspect after the arrest. Put simply, any incriminating statements that you make to police in response to questioning after you’re placed in custody and without the benefit of a Miranda warning are not admissible in court. As a general rule, it is not a good idea to say anything incriminating to the police before, during or after your arrest.
A: The new DUI laws in Georgia require jail time for a first DUI offense. This jail time is mandatory, and therefore the judge has no choice but to include it in your sentence if you plead guilty. This strict law is causing many Georgia citizens to take an aggressive stance in court. Another downside to cooperating and pleading guilty is that your license will be suspended for one year. Other consequences include high insurance rates, a criminal record, and compromising future job prospects. Because of the new harsh law in Georgia, it is very important to speak to an experienced DUI lawyer before you decide what to do in court.

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George Stein represents clients all across Georgia and is the author of a 1200 page book, entitled Georgia DUI Law (Lexis Publishing Co.) His practice is dedicated to contested DUI and vehicular homicide cases.

George has the experience of more than two hundred (200) contested trials with an exceptional success rate. He is well known for his successful defense of attorneys and professional athletes, arrested and charged with DUI. He has extensive experience with DUI in Georgia – and has a successful law firm in Atlanta Georgia. He is a well known Georgia DUI lawyer with a proven track record in contested DUI and vehicular homicide cases.

State v. N.O. – State Court Of DeKalb County

The jury deliberated for less than an hour and rendered a not guilty verdict on the DUI.

State v. S.S. – State Court Of Cobb County

After two-hours of deliberation, the jury acquitted the Defendant of DUI.

State v. J.M. – Cobb County State Court

The jury deliberated for one hour and forty-five minutes. They returned a verdict of not guilty on the DUI and weaving charges.

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